Sánchez will travel this Tuesday to New York and intervene on Wednesday before the UN

The president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will eventually travel in the afternoon of tomorrow, Tuesday, to New York and intervene before the UN General As

Sánchez will travel this Tuesday to New York and intervene on Wednesday before the UN

The president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will eventually travel in the afternoon of tomorrow, Tuesday, to New York and intervene before the UN General Assembly the next day, one day before initially planned.

Sánchez was going to have moved on Sunday to the American city to star in a broad agenda that included bilateral meetings, media interviews, interventions in various forums and their participation in the United Nations Assembly.

However, postponed the displacement and moved to the island of La Palma to continue on the ground the evolution of the volcano eruption in the cow's head area, in the complex the old summit.

In La Palma it will remain until Tuesday afternoon, when at 1:00 pm he plans to attend along with the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska at the meeting committee of the Special Civil Protection Plan and Emergency Attention at Risk.

It will be after that meeting when you will take a trip to New York, a city, by the time difference, you will arrive at night.

Government sources have reported that the next day, Wednesday will be when it intervenes at the opening of the 76 session of the UN General Assembly.

He was scheduled for his speech on Thursday, but finally he has been able to advance one day.

The rest of his agenda is practically canceled waiting for the executive to confirm if he attends some more act in the framework of the United Nations activity.

Meanwhile, in some of the acts foreseen initially, the Chief Executive has been replaced by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, José Manuel Albares.

Among them, a meeting on Monday with the UN Secretary General, Antònio Guterres.

Updated Date: 22 September 2021, 10:03

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